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We visited Dunwich Heath in September with our two small children and had a really enjoyable few hours there.
Our kids loved the "treasure" hunt - leaflets / maps available from the Information Centre. We had glorious weather when we were there and following the...More
Those familiar with dunwich may know how much has been lost to the sea over the years. Although there is still some of the town left it is a far cry from 100+ years ago.
We didn't spend much time on the beach near the...More
My partner and I loved being here. The sea, the heath, the views and the wonderful reception from the National Trust Staff and the lovely small restaurant.....and, of course, the walks. We were lucky enough to be here when a group of enthusiastic small bird...More
I was staying nearby at The Ship at Dunwich and visited for 2 hours and finally joined the National Trust whilst there. Been meaning to do that for ages. Lovely cafe, friendly staff and volunteers. Lucky with the weather, brisk breeze but sunny. Lovely place...More
The staff couldn’t have been more welcoming or more helpful. The little café is a real gem, with great coffee and tremendous flapjacks. The surrounding heathland is a joy to be in. A very special place.
Going to answer my own question having just got back. yes it is fine to swim from if a bit stony & relatively sloping. Young children would need watching. High & Low tide marks are realtively close to each other